Merciless Beating of Student in Dhading; Treatment Ongoing
Sahadev Prasad Upreti, 15, a student of grade 11 at Nilkantha Secondary School was injured after the beating of his teacher Prakash Chhetri on March 24, 2022.
Upreti, an engineering student, was severely injured when he was beaten by his teacher in the classroom on March 24.
After beating the student, the teacher took a leave and left on the same day.
The victim was taken to Dhading Hospital for treatment but since his treatment was not possible there, he has been referred to Annapurna Neuro Hospital in Kathmandu for further treatment.
The Principal of Nilkantha Secondary School, Dhruba Adhikari said that the incident was normal and the student was taken to the hospital for treatment.
The victim’s family has not lodged any complaint against the accused.
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